porcelainous


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porcelainous

(pɔːˈsɛlənəs) ;

porcelaineous

(ˌpɔːsəˈleɪnɪəs) or

porcelaneous

adj
made of or resembling porcelain
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Today I build using three main bodies: a commercial porcelainous clay with sand, a groggy stoneware and a groggy terracotta.
Ferroan magnesite occurs abundantly as white to light-brown porcelainous masses above the upper workings on the ridge and also as a major constituent of the silica-carbonate rock in the area.
Bone-type magnesite is a dense and compact, white, extremely hard porcelainous variety.